Original Payne's Ninth Set of Quadrilles, with their proper Figures in French & English including Les Nouveaux Echos, as Performed at his Academy, and the Nobilities Assemblies. To which is added a Waltz & Sauteuse, arranged for the Piano Forte, Harp or Violin.
Edward Payne (d.1819) was one of the most prominent promoters of the Quadrille dance in Regency London, he was probably the first Londoner to publish the First Set of quadrilles in what essentially became their accepted form. This publication, his 9th Set, were advertised as new in The Morning Post newspaper for 5th February 1818, shortly before the publication of his book entitled The Quadrille Dancer. The Quadrille Dancer explained Payne's approach to teaching Quadrille dancing, and included figures for his first 9 sets, concluding with this set.
A suggested arrangement of the dances has been animated here:
The final quadrille, Les Nouveaux Echos, is named in reference to a Quadrille published by James Paine in his 1816 Second Set called Les Echo's, both quadrilles share essentially the same dancing figures.